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Difference Between Anecdotally and Anecdotal

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Anecdotally

Also an·ec·dot·ic (-dŏtĭk) or an·ec·dot·i·cal (-ĭ-kəl) Of, characterized by, or full of anecdotes.
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Anecdotal

Also an·ec·dot·ic (-dŏtĭk) or an·ec·dot·i·cal (-ĭ-kəl) Of, characterized by, or full of anecdotes.
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Anecdotally

Based on casual observations or indications rather than rigorous or scientific analysis
"There are anecdotal reports of children poisoned by hot dogs roasted over a fire of the [oleander] stems" (C. Claiborne Ray).
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Anecdotal

Based on casual observations or indications rather than rigorous or scientific analysis
"There are anecdotal reports of children poisoned by hot dogs roasted over a fire of the [oleander] stems" (C. Claiborne Ray).
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Anecdotally

In an anecdotal manner; by means of a recounted incident.
As it was an informal hearing, the evidence was presented anecdotally.
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Anecdotal

Of the nature of or relating to an anecdote.
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Anecdotal

Containing or abounding in anecdotes.
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Anecdotal

Pertaining to, or abounding with, anecdotes; as, anecdotal conversation.
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Anecdotal

Having the character of an anecdote;
Anecdotal evidence
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Anecdotal

Characterized by or given to telling anecdotes;
Anecdotal conversation
An anectodal history of jazz
He was at his anecdotic best
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